We are usually taught that money isn't everything. Well you are going to be shocked at what I have to say, it is everything. You need it to survive, you need it to put gas in your car to get back and forth to work, you need it to feed your children and yourself, you need money to see a doctor when you are sick, you need it for everything. Without money, you will have a hard time surviving. But we are taught it isn't everything. If it money wasn't everything why do some people steal it or rob banks to get it? Why do they do something illegal to get it?
Another problem: people think they have to attend college to be successful. If that were so true, why do people graduate and still don't find jobs in their fields or find a job at all? Then many people want money but don't want to learn what it takes to obtain it. Many people who are rich don't have an education at the best and high expensive universities in the world. As a matter of fact the reason why education is the biggest industry in the universe is because people think they need an education to get rich or live the good life. Colleges and universities are a business and really nothing more and you're not guaranteed a job once you leave the place.
From the time we are young to early adulthood, we were conditioned by our families, teachers, an others in our lives to go to school, get an education, get a job, and make good money. So to a certain degree we are taught to get in debt and were not really told how to get out of it. The majority of people aren't even taught basic life skills such as how to balance a check book or manage money. The majority of educational establishments don't teach you how to interview for a job or how to run a business. You have to basically learn that on your own after you've paid thousands of dollars to go to college.
So the first thing we need to do is change our thinking if we ever want to make money. If money is not truly welcome somewhere it either won't stay long or want come at all. So if you think negatively about money, you may never get it.
With that being said I want to share what these two authors, Wanda and Paula, wrote on their blog about money and it is very interesting what they had to say.......
So you see what I mean. What we believe can many times be based on what we were taught growing up and what was instilled in us. Half the time we don't know why we believe what we believe, do the things we do, why we are either Democratic or Republican, or even down to why we celebrate the holidays we do. We are too busy trying to please other people instead of doing what makes us happy, making the best decisions, or even doing what is right. But this is definitely something to think about. I hope no one takes offense or get mad because I think this post will help a lot of people realize things.
I also want to share something else with you. I recommend that you read this article called "21 Ways Rich People Think Differently". This article is most certainly an eye opener. You can read the article through this link ------> 21 Ways Rich People Think Differently
I really hope this blog post help you to think differently about money. Money is not evil, it's all how you look at it. But there are some rich evil people and some poor evil people, just like there are nice rich and poor people. Just like a weapon only harms people if it is in a person's hand who seeks to harm an individual, a car can be looked at as good and bad, the internet can be looked at as a gift and a curse, the same goes for money and everything else that is a material or an object.